Cartridge release of an original arcade style game based on the "Buck Rogers" film franchise. Players flew a spaceship across a planet surface, moving through gates and shooting enemies. A similar version was produced for the Atari 2600. Cartridge was numbered '005-03'. Topics: Buck Rogers, shooter
Buck Rogers (1939) re-edited from serial to feature format and re-released for theatrical distribution in 1953; an American soldier suspended in time wakes up to find himself in the futuristic world of the year 2500. Updated: I've corrected the title, it took two very obvious reviews for me to realize it should be "Planet Outlaws" not "Plant Outlaws". In my defense I am the product of a North Carolina public school. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Buck Rogers, Sci FI
A short subject made for exhibition at the Chicago World Fair (1933-4) to promote the Buck Rogers comic strip, comic books and the sale of Buck Rogers toys. It later was shown in department stores for the same purposes. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: promotional shorts, Buck Rogers
Run: November 7, 1932 to March 28, 1947 Network: - CBS Radio Network (1932-1936) - Mutual Broadcasting Network (1939-1940 and 1946-1947) Cast Members: - Curtis Arnall as 1st Buck Rogers - Matt Crowley as 2nd Buck Rogers - Carl Frank as 3rd Buck Rogers - John Larkin as 4th Buck Rogers - Adele Ronson as 1st Wilma Deering - Virginia Vass as 2nd Wilma Deering - Edgar Stehli as Dr. Huer - Elaine Melchior as Ardala - Bill Shelley as 1st Killer Kane - Dan Ocko as 2nd Killer Kane - Jack Roseleigh as... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Buck Rogers, golden age scifi
Armageddon—2419 A.D. is the first appearance of the character that would become Buck Rogers. First published in the August 1928 issue of Amazing Stories, followed by a sequel in March 1929. These two novellas would spawn a comic strip that would run for over 40 years, a radio series, a movie serial, and a bevy of imitators. (Summary by Alan Winterrowd) Narrated by Alan Winterrowd For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats... Topics: Buck Rogers, science fiction, future Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Armageddon-2419 A.D., by Philip Francis Nowlan. Elsewhere I have set down, for whatever interest they have in this, the 25th Century, my personal recollections of the 20th Century. Now it occurs to me that my memoirs of the 25th Century may have an equal interest 500 years from now—particularly in view of that unique perspective from which I have seen the 25th Century, entering it as I did, in one leap across a gap of 492 years. This statement requires elucidation. There... Topics: LibriVox, audiobooks, adventure, fantasy, fiction, science-fiction, space, Buck Rogers Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Host Richard Lamparski interviews Adele Ronson, Matt Crowley, and Edgar Stehli, about their days in radio and their time as the stars of the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century radio program. Topics: Whatever Became Of, Richard Lamparski, Interview, Buck Rogers, Old Time Radio, OTR
Buck Rogers Big Little Books (BLB) and Stories: 1. Buck Rogers and the Doom Comet (Big Little Book) 2. Buck Rogers Stories from Amazing Stories (1st 2 stories-Aug 1928 and Mar 1929) 3. Buck Rogers Daily Newspaper Strips - 1929 4. Buck Rogers Sunday Newspaper Strips - 1930 5. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Short Story --------------------------------------------------------- 1. Flash Gordon and the Fiery Desert of Mongo (Better Little Book) 2. Flash Gordon and the Fiery Desert of Mongo-Sunday... Topic: Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Big Little Book, BLB, Science Fiction, Sci Fi,
Buck Rogers Newspaper Strips, and Short Stories: 1. Amazing Stories - Aug 1928 and March 1929 - First 2 Buck Rogers Stories 2. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Short Story 3. Buck Rogers - Golden Princes of Mars (Sunday Newspaper Strip # 1) 1930 4. Buck Rogers - Fish Men of Planet X (Sunday Newspaper Strip # 2) 1930 5. Buck Rogers - Mysterious Saturian (Sunday Newspaper Strip # 3) 1930 6. Buck Rogers - Marooned on Venus (Sunday Newspaper Strip # 4) 1931... Topics: Buck Rogers, Big Little Book, BLB, Science Fiction, Sci Fi, Pulp
Welcome back friends to the Retro Radio Memories podcast! Each week we will briefly discuss a classic old time radio show before sharing said program with you listeners. This week we present the first episode from the second Buck Rogers series from back in 1939 entitled "The Gyro Cosmic Relativator"! Topics: Buck Rogers, Popsicle Pete, Science Ficiton, Old Time Radio, Retro, Nostalgia, Podcast
In this episode we find Space Klutz, Buck Rogers and Darth Vader staging a drag race in space. It's a near miss for Space Klutz as they are pursued by an IPS (Interstellar Patrol Ship) Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, , 5 Seconds, Buck Rogers, Darth Vader, Episode Four, Sci Fi, Star Wars,...
This genuine sci-fi artifact comes from another world and is a companion piece to the Skyraco ePulps. This souvenir collectable is a must-download for any Skyraco fan across the Earth.The Skyracos Dicta was compiled from the notes of Ozgood Price, the first and most famous Skyraco. He meant for it to act as an operational guide, a code of conduct, a credo, a list of virtues, commandments, prime directives, and most importantly, a method for survival. Now, long after his untimely demise, the... Topics: pulp, epulp, Skyracos, retro sci fi, science fiction, jet pack, rocket pack, dieselpunk, decopunk,...
Arcade game manual for Buck Rogers Planet of Zoom by Sega. Owners Manual. Includes List of Illustrations, Self Test, Parts Catalog of Upright Assemblies, Cockpit Assemblies and Common assemblies, Schematics. From Sega Electronics, Inc. 16250 Technology Drive, San Diego, California, 92127-1985. Topics: assembly, cpu, vcc, Arcade game manual, video game, eprom, blk, cdc, ident, instructions, board,...